New Mexico Aboveground Storage Tanks regulations & environmental compliance analysis

New Mexico Aboveground Storage Tanks: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Adoption of the International Fire Code (IFC): 10.25.5 New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC)

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Aboveground storage tanks (ASTs): 20.5.101 to 20.5.105 NMAC, 20.5.109 to 20.5.112 NMAC and 20.5.115 to 20.5.125 NMAC

Definition: NMAC

Registration: to NMAC and to NMAC

Performance standards: NMAC , and to NMAC

Secondary Containment: NMAC, NMAC, NMAC and NMAC

Spill and overfill: NMAC

Operation and maintenance: to NMAC

Secondary containment: NMAC

Vaults: NMAC

Spill and overfill prevention: NMAC

Corrosion protection: NMAC

Containment sumps: NMAC

Walk-through inspections: NMAC

Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan: NMAC

Recordkeeping and reporting: NMAC and NMAC

Installer certification: to NMAC

Operator training: to

Release reporting: to NMAC

Financial responsibility: to NMAC

Cleanup fund: 20.5.121 NMAC and 20.5.123 NMAC

Closure: 20.5.115 NMAC

Delivery prohibition: 20.5.116 NMAC

Regulatory Agencies

New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Environmental Protection Division Petroleum Storage Tank Bureau (PSTB)

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 6

PSTB District Offices

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

· Rules. New Mexico's petroleum storage tank regulations govern both aboveground storage tanks (ASTs) and underground storage tanks ...

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New Mexico Aboveground Storage Tanks Resources

Type Title
Checklists Tank In-Service Inspection Checklist
Forms UST/AST Registration
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